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Book Review: David Gregory's How's Your Faith?

David Gregory and I are both children of Jewish fathers and Christian mothers, both of us raised Jewish. We both married mainline Protestants. We both have children with one Jewish grandparent, yet we are both passing on Judaism to our children. 837 more words

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Rabbis in Interfaith Relationships: A Personal Response

As an interfaith child, an interfaith partner, and a parent of two grown interfaith children, I celebrate the announcement this week that Reconstructionist Rabbinical College… 719 more words

Interfaith Families

Lessons From an Interfaith Home - Respect

Religion need not be an obstacle to achieving a peaceful and loving interfaith home if both parties respect one another’s religions. There will always be peace lost in an interfaith home or relationship where there isn’t respect for one another’s religion. 373 more words

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Why Marrying Out of My Faith Made Me More Devout

I was a strong believer in my religion and a devout follower of my dear Guru before I met my husband, but religion was never always on my mind, nor would I ever find the need to delve too deeply into topics that did not interest me as much. 492 more words

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Lessons From an Interfaith Home - How to Hold A Peaceful Conversation About Religion

It is one of the most beautiful things when two religious parties can have a genuinely loving conversation about religion.

Religions don’t agree on many aspects, this we all know. 523 more words

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O Rabbi! My Rabbi! Rabbi Harold White, Interfaith Pioneer (1932-2015)

When I was in my twenties and thirties, I did not expect to ever want or need a rabbi in my life again. After years of defending my Jewish identity as the child of an interfaith family, I thought I was done with Jewish institutions and clergy. 962 more words

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Longform 2014: The Freedom to Love: An American Muslim Woman’s Struggle for Her Catholic Partner

By Annum Khan

In the spring of 2013, Barza stood in a local Chili’s parking lot in Jersey City, ready to embark on a new life.  4,726 more words